Welcome to the Clean-up Show with your host and DJ Doña Pancha from the East LA Revue Internet Radio. She is spinning more 45 rpm records from the 1960s eastside sound era in East Los Angeles and starts and ends with music from The Premiers of San Gabriel. On behalf of all the DJs and staff members here at the recording studios, Doña Pancha extends our deepest condolences to the Zuniga and Perez for the recent losses. Frank Zuniga, the original bass player for all the recordings and Anita Perez, wife of Lawrence Perez “the girl with the champagne eyes” passed this past December 2010. This show is dedicated to their loving memory. RIP.
The songs are re-mastered from the original 45 revolutions per minute (rpm) vinyl records and presented in the highest quality and deepest tonality for your entertainment. Enjoy the rare sounds from The Premiers, The Heartbreakers, The Sisters, Ronnie and the Pomona Casuals, The Ambertones, Lil Ray Jimenez, The Blendells, and The Romancers. These vinyl classics are from a time of musical and cultural explosion in East Los Angeles and other parts of Aztlan, including Colorado, Texas and New Mexico. These groups made the foundation to and opened opportunity for later groups like El Chicano, MALO, Tierra, Santana, Thee Midniters, and certainly Cannibal and the Headhunters. It is our pleasure to share this information with you here on the internet jukebox.
This is Doña Pancha wishing you a healthy and prosperous 2018 wherever you may be. We are world-wide and 24/7 for your listening entertainment, so hello out there. Let us know your requests, dedications, or comments on our Guest Book. Bye Bye. Recording Time 40m 06s
Doña Pancha is back with plenty of music for “The Cleanup Show”. Here she features some 45 RPM vinyl records from the East LA Sound. The featured artists are: The Sisters, The Blendells, Frank Ontiveros, The Premiers, The Atlantics with Barry White, Delbert Franklin & Harv, The Mixtures, Cannibal & the Headhunters, and Little Rudy G y Los Chismosos.
You will notice the deep rich sound from the 45s, as it is the best source of this music. Many of these records are from the vaults of Rampart Records, which is enjoying its 50th year in business in East Los Angeles, CA. We hope that you enjoy these selections of music that represents a very small portion of the Chicano contributions to Rock & Roll in America. But for now, please enjoy “The East LA Sound 45s, Vol. 1” here with Doña Pancha, on The East LA Revue.com. Recording Time 39m 13s